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Probabaility as to ObChildren's Lives.
Of the dhildren born alive one-fourth
die before eleven months, one-third be
tfore the twenty-third month, half be
ifore their eighth year, two-thirds of
mankind before the thirty-ninth year,
threefourths before their fifty-first
year, and of about 12,000 only one sur
vives a whole century.
A young man with a sweater on looks
as tough and comfortable an a woman
looks when she appears without cor*
A Beautiful Skin
is one or tme chief requlsites of an attracnve ap
pearance. Rough, dry, scaly patches, little bills.
tery eruptions, red and unsightly ringworms-
these would spoil the beauty of a veritable
Venus. They are completely and quickly cured
by Tetterine. 50 cents a box at drug stores or
for 50 cents in stamps from J. T. Shuptrine,
We will give $100 reward for any case of ca.
tarrh that cannot be cured with Hall's Ca.
tarrh Cure. Taken internally.
F. J. CassNY & Co., Props., Toledo, 0.
It is said that one of the most extraordi.
gary things about frog music is the fact that
Me the frog keeps his mouth shut when he is
Edaate Your Bowels With Caselrts.
Candy Cathartic, oure constipation forever.
100 to. It C. C. 0. fail, druggists refund money.
A Chinese gentleman always sends'a pair of
seese to the lady of his choice, and they are
looked upon as the emblems of conjugal fl
B. B. B. Cures to Stay Cured.
8orotala, Catarrh, Rheumatism, all skin and
blood diseases, from the smallest pimple to the
foulest ulcer. $1.00 per large bottle, I for $b.60, at
iruggista, or sent for price, express paid, by
Wlood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga.
tBooks of wonderful cures sent free.
There Is a lighthouse to every fourteen
piles of coast in England, to every thirty.
four ln Ireland, and to every thirty-nine in
No-To-BDe for Witty Cents.
Guaranteed tobaceo habit cure. makes weak
IM ~a I, blood puar. 50t. 1. All druggists
The property owned by fraternities at Cor
ell is valued at 475,000i at Williams, $350,000;
gao,000; Amherst. $200,000; Wesleyan,
IlO; Harvard, $124,000.
Mrs. Winslow'sSoothing Syrup for children
letbln,softens the gums, reduces Inllamma
tion, allays paen, cures wind colic 25c. a bottle.
ST.VITUS' DANCE, SPASMS and all nerv
ens diseases permanently cured by the use of
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. Send for
MREE $1.00 trial bottle and treatise to Dr.
B. . Line, Ltd., 861 Arch Street, Phila., Pa.
Next to that of the British Museum the
largest collection of birds' eggs is that be
»kag to a lawyer named Nehr K', n.In
Bety Is Blood Deep.
Csan blood means a clean skin. No
without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar
tie a your blood and keep it clean by
.strug up the lazy liver and driving all iunm
pties from the body. Begin to-day to
Ltisb olmge., boils, blotches, blachebads,
and mat sisey bilious complexion by taking
Ctsare,--Ibauty for ten cents. All drug.
gtstsftion guaranteed, 10c, 25c,50c.
A translation of Omar Khayyam, by John
Pne, is to be published by the Villou socie
ty England. It ts the fiAret full translation
of all the quatrains from the Persian, in ac
bordance with the original forms.
To Care a Cold in One Day.
Take L tive Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
Druigists refund money fitfailstocure. 6o.
.ae.. Colmache, the widow of Talleyrand's
last seoretary, is still living in London. The
$ildTr meaornofthe evedts of her bus.
n aw terstgary p is said to be remarkably
1i d 11. tgp l keag Tob-er*
b P sed handmade Cigarette
Blobts l fow, fragrant. eats
tihugbhf e iSO yes old George Jacob
Eu": Ibllrkei sy delivering lectures in Loa.
- b Its i exoellent health, and taree
,mtaa sfit la the affaires of the world.
· t Ors Ce Seastipauen loeven
R · .Ca. l l**atr e, reams money.
&~lO~bISMEI~~II seIE~d bthePrineses Lon
i . has toer the rare of
Queen Victor a from 184 to Sm7.
POWDEKB6) are the
in Children that
wtald have hrdl
sma if Ihadnot
Mat Mian AS 'wap .
,tae t wbotae tas
er amsan e weaknsL,
toe.ab er hCraeguers
the snow ad penned
s1A ntrh L.h P.
OUR YOUNG FOLKS
There's a lively little game,
And you play it, every ones
"Tag" you give it for a name,
And it's full of racy fun.
Here and there the players go
Till one chances to be hit.
Then, of course, you let him know
That he happens to be "it."
Now the swallows play it, too,
While the twilight shadows creep.
When they "tag" with wings of blue,
Don't you hear their screaming
But the wind he beats them all,
For he "tags" the topmost leaf,
And his unseen fingers fall
On the blossom and the sheaf.
Though you like this game of "tag,"
And you play with all your heart,
When you're "it," you often lag.
Not so fine the "tagging" part;
For I sometimes hear you shout
When your turn you have to share.
Racing all the rest about,
That the playing isn't fair.
Oh, the smiling face for me
And the nimble hands and feet
That will take, and willingly,
All the bitter with the sweet I
So hurrah for "tag," I say,
And for everybody hit !
When another game you play,
Just consider that I'm "it."
PRESERVED BY WATEB.
Six oak tree trunks, believed to be
each 1,000 years old, were recently
dredged from the bottom of the river
Maine, near Karlburg. They were
black, like ebony, and attracted great
interest among scientists as illustrat
ing the long life of wood under water.
Wood of this sort is very rare, and
the commercial value alone of the
find is considerable, material of this
sort being peculiarly valuable for in
Probably one-half of the rudeness
of youth of this day, that later in life
will develop into brutality, is due to
the failure of parents to enforce in the
family circle the rules of courtesy.
The son or daughter who is discourt
eousto members of the family, because
of familiarity with them, is very likely
to prove rude and over-bearing to
others, and very certain to be a tyrant
in the household over which he or she
may be called on to preside.
INSTINCT OF A GOOSE,
The following incident is soberly
related, and presumably true: An old
goose that had been for a fortnight
hatching in a farmer's kitchen, was
perceived on a sudden to be taken
violently ill. She soon after left the
nest and repaired to an out-house
where there was a young goose of the
first year, which she brought with her
to the kitchen. The young one im
mediately scrambled into the old one's
nest, sat, hatched, and afterwards
brought up the brood. The old goose
as soon as the young one had taken
her place, sat down by the side of the
nest, and shortly after died. As the
young goose had never been in the
habit of entering the kitchen before,
I know of no way of accounting for
this fact, than by supposing that the
old one had some way of communicat
ing her thoughts and antieties, which
the other was perfectly able to under
coOn1vrD3Xs won Tx LIrrTTL FoL.s.
When is a ship like snow ?-When
When is a ship not a ship ?-When
When is a ship like a floor --When
When is a ship like a tailor ?-When
When is a ship like a bird ?-When
flying before the wind.
When is a ship like a painter?
When she shows her colors.
What fismallar than a ite's mouth ?
-What it puts into it.
Why is a ship never alone ?--Be
cause there is always a companion.
Why is a lark like the Bank of Eng
lanmit -Becauee it issues notes.
SWhyis the nose in the middle of
the face ?--Because it's the soenter.
When is a woman like a newspaper
aitle 9--When she appears in print.
Why is a cabbage ran to seed like a
lover t-Because it has lost its heart.
When is a donkey like a lawyer ?-
Whenhe is drawing out a conveyance.
What look is that which no burglar
rsan piok t--A lock from a bald head.
Why is a gypsfs tent like a beacon
oq the seas ?-Becansue it's a light
Why is uanday the stiongest day ?
-Because the others are all weak
hy is a bad horse like a bad play ?
-Beoause it oan't run and won't
Whr is it impossible to drown a
teetotajet L-Because he keeps his
nose above water.
All RirPHANT's CoNNINO.
This is a good story of an elephant's
inte)ligene, The aniral in question
'we. a ere baby'whenhe lwas sent by
~a Ildian prinee to 'ngland as, a
present for Queen Victoaria,
- wef shipped as a 4eck passenger
'ef the Indian mail steamers
tq Bombay, and as he had but at
l &the height of a Wiellg.own ealf,
alY;: ost no donili end traot
;i, perQmitted to have the.
the ishn decks for an hour or two
morsdaa when thb state of the
Bythe uailogs he
4 i0it~ 1...'cil
throwing it over the side, being, as
Jack said, "as bad as a naval lieuten
ant for keeping the decks tidy."
Among other acquaintances that he
formed was that of the ship's baker,
whose address he soon discovered to
be the place of origin of all the sweet
dainties with which he was petted.
Here he took to making a regular
morning call for something sweet for
tiffin, and was generally regaled with
a stale tart or piece of cake; but, upon
calling one morninig and extending
his trunk, as usual, he found that his
visit was unwelcome, as something
had occurred to irritate the baker,
and, instead of the cake, he received
a blow on his trunk with the rolling
The blow was not severe, but the
Bo'sun turned tail and went trumpet
ing up the deck, where he took a post
that would enable him to watch for
his assailant. Before long he saw the
baker leave his "shop," and mischief
being his object rather than malice,
he promptly marched down, and,
with several vigorous sweeps of his
trunk he swept all the shelves in the
bakery clear, until leaves, tarts, cakes,
patty pans and cake tins lay in con
fusion on the deck. This achieved.
he bolted like any school boy, and
was locked up in disgrace; but, upon
the circumstances being 'known, the
pc.pnlar verilict was in his favor, and
he was allowed his liberty as before.
Bo'sun marched down instanter to
the baker, and never failed from that
day to exact tribute, which was regu
larly paid. and from that time he and
his opponent became fast friends.
ANIMALS THAT SING.
It is a well-known fact that many
animals are attracted by music, and
many anecdotes are told of mice and
other animals which have come from
their holes to listen to the sound of a
sweet-toned instrument. The snake
charmers t.f India have for centuries
made use of this fact, in enticing dead
ly snakes by means of weird music
played on stringed instruments.
E'ut, besides being attracted by
musical sounds, many animals other
than birds, at: times utter sounds very
different from their ordinary cries,
which are very sweet, and may fairly
he called singing.
Most ,c,,ple have heard of singing
mice. They are not very frequently
heard of in this country, but in some
foreign countries, notably Germany
and France, :h y are rather common.
They are common mice that are sup
posed to have a disease of the throat,
which makes them utter a noise like
the note of a canary. They are not a
A man while hunting in the woods
near Dover N. . H.. heard what sound
ed like the singing of a bird among
the branches, a short distance from
him. The note was so peculiar that
he turned his steps toward the sound
to find out what species of bird was
making it. To his utter amazement
he found that it came from a red
squirrel, sitting .upright on a bough,
singing away as if in love with its
own melody. At sight of him the
little creature.stopped, but as he re
mained perfectly still, it presently
In speaking of the quality of the
melody, he compared it to the single
note of the canary unusually pro
longed, with no variation except in
rising and falling, and increase or de
crease of volume. He said it had
nothing in it of the scolding character
associated with the obattering of the
Northern red squirrel. There was
no visible movement of the throat in
the production of the sound. From
time to time it would stop singing
and, after a lapse of two or three
minutes, start up again, always be
ginning with a low note, increasinag
in volume until shortly before the
next pause. It may have been a call.
There have been several well-au
thenticated instances of singing .fish.
Naturalists, howe' er. have generally
accepted Cuvier's view, that "the ex
istence of fishes is a silent, emotion
less and joyous one, but recent ob
servations tend to show that many
fishes emit vocal sounds."
There used to be a tame seal in an
aquarium in thesouth of England that
would play tricks at the instance of
its keeper. Among otheraeoomplish
Ints it would sing when told to do
so. Those who heard it, describe the
sounds as peculiarly musical and
sweet, though very weird and mourn
Living near Tarrytown, N. Y., is a
gentleman who owns several dogs.
It was his habit to go to the back of
the house every morning and toot on
a horn, such as is used on a coach.
The dogs would all gather around
him, keeping perfectly silent until be
had finished, when they .would en
deavor to imitate him. After he had
been doing this for some time he no
ticed that one of the dogs in his at
tempts uttered several sounds that
were really true musical notes. So
he purchased a cornet and played on
it before this one dog. After some
time, he sayp, the dog could repro
duce accunrately any note he played
on the instrument.
Every one has heard the legend of
the swan, which sings a song a few
days before it'dies. Instances might
thus be'multiplied, showing that
other animal besides man and the
song birds are at times possessed. of
an:ahility to mtake musical Pounds.
WoIsa la a Crisis.
In a crisis it is the woman every
time who meets its requtirements,
while the main, as atsr as shooting, is
gofing to shew the white feather, ualesa
he is that special one in a thousand
that you so rarely meet;
Muafe's. Circalating Library has
3,10oof0 books cezistsatlyin cfrculs
[ toi;rii.: awra4 sll' ih Oa
Said to Be Forthcoming-Causes Rise
in Spanish Fours.
woNDoNw.--The St. James Gazette
ilonday afternoon, in its financial
article, said: "Iu the foreign market
this morning several leading dealers
were said to be in possession of ad
vance news of the forthcoming an
nouncement of a Franco-Spanish alli
ance, hence the rise in Spanish fours.
"In connection with the above, it is
currently reported that the recent
speeches of the Marquis of Salisbury
and Mr, Joseph Ch'iamberlain did not
refer to West Africa, but to this im
pending slliance, against which Mr.
Cuaamberlain's allusion to an Anglo
American alliance was intended as a
The strength of silver is attributed
to the prospective pur,:,hases to replace
the withdrawals from the Bank of
Spair, amounting to 135,000,000 pe
setas since April 16."
Will Not Bombard the Canaries.
LoNDvo.-The agent in the Canary
islands of a Liverpool firm writes that
the British consul there has been in
formed that the United States will not
bombard the Canary islands, as the
result of an arrangement between
Great Britain and the United States,
whereby while Great Britain remains
neutral the United States will abstain
from such bombardment, which would
mean great destruction of British
Genie ai 11 heeler Will Resign.
It is state by General Wheeler's
friends at Washingtbn that he intends
to resign his seo t, but that he will wait
until he gets orders to move on Cuba
before doing so. He has dete:mined
upon this course since Senator Sew
ell's announcenrint that he had con
sulted authori'ies and that he did not
believe he could hold his seat in the
senate and a commission in the army
at the same time.
Stallings in Ilace for Governor in 1900.
It is stated by members of the Ala
bama Press association, who have just
returned, from their jaunt to Washing
ton, that they gathered from Congress
man Stallings that he is going to make
the race for governor of Alabama in
1900. They also state that Mr. Bank
head's race for the senate to succeed
Senator Morgan was also openly stated
by the Alabama delegation.
Soathern Baseball League Collapsed.
Contrary to all expectations, the
Southern baseball league turned its
toes to the daisies before its allotted
time had half expired. the demise
was mainly brought about by the ac
tion of the Atlanta club, which has all
alojig shown a disposition to stab the
otlibr clubs in the back whenever occa
A Noted Soldier and Diplomat Dead.
Gen. Henry R. Jackson died at Sa
vannah, Ga., Monday. He was a
colonel in the Mexican war, a general
in the Confederate, minister to Austria
under President Buchanan and to
Mexico under President Cleveland.
Four Men Killed in a Wreck.
A construction train and a special
bearing the superintendent and other
officials of the road, collided in a deep
cut on the Vandalia, near Collinsville,
Ill. Four men on the construction
train were killed and twenty others
were injured, five seriously.
Apology From F'se..
WAsHINGTON.-The French people
are very much alarmed at the action
taken by the Americans in withdraw
ing their trade from that country and
the refutnsal of many to take part in
the Exposition of 1900. A represea
tative of France called on the presi
dent andl said that those who took the
part of Spain were not representative
people, but of the lower classes. He
assured Mr. McKinley that France
wanted to be friendly with the United
A S.,ool C(hl's Itt'ale.
Fi-om The Mail, Mlilford. Ind.
Miss Emma tybolt, a propossessing school
girl ot Milford, Ind., is of more than usnal
ointelligence,. and Is ambitioqs to rise in the
"In the fall of 1898," sld Mrs. Bybolt,
"Emma was taken ill. She was a close
student and her work began to telL on her.
She grew weak, pale and nervous, and com.
plained of pains in her back, chest and
limbs. A few weeks passed and she grew
worse. The doctor said she wasa victimn of
nervous prostration, and should have been
taken from s aehool weeks earlier. She gradu
ally grew worse, her nerves were so tense
that the least noise irritated her and site
had a fever and a contilual twitching in
her muscles. The Aymllptois were much
like St. lVitus' dance.
, under a
, . whaysieiaus,
~ mmea be.
II came sorr.e
w(. wh at 'better
Sbut soon was
as bad ae
day I read of
a case i:milari
" to hers wilob,
. was eur.41 by
Her Bagle. Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills for Pale People and I decided to
try them. -
"Emma hadno faith in proprietary medl.
elncs but o$ed the pills, and after taklog a
dozen doem, she began to improve. It was
about the:iest of April when she began andt
by the middle of May, after taking about
eight boxes, she was entirely cured.
"While ill, she lost twenty-eight pounds,
but now weighs more tian ever botfore.
Her iervq are strong and she is in pertfet
health. - We are all conldent thatDr. Will
lams' Plnit Pills for Pale People cured
hera, and Z Cheerfully recommend them In
sli similar eases. Mas. E. A. BraoLT."
uabserted andaworn to before me, this
third day pt September, 18tl
C..Ja BDix, KNtary Publie.
Dr. Williamsn' Plak Plus gt P.ale People
will et'oall diseases arislag from a poor
and wst4y conditilon of the bloed, will
bultl uap ~ a down system and are a spe
ile to iC a ull, loeoteo r staze and
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys.
tem effectually, dispels colds, head.
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro.
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substanceE, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50
cent bottles by all leading drug.
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for a, one who
wishes to try it. Do n at any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO,.
SAN FRANC18CO, CAL
LOUISVILLE, KC. REW YOR N.V
*Both my wife and myself have been
using CASCARETS and they are the best
medicine we have ever had in the house. Last
week my wife was frantic with headache for
two days. she tried some of you r CASCARETS,
and they relieved the pain in her head almost
immediately. We both recommend Cascarets."
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TRADE MARK REGiSTERED
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... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
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un.'rn"nt_ Sold nd guaranteed by all drug
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Bicycle or Bicycle,
parts, patronize a
company that has
tihe ability and expe
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est and larcest h ouse
in the south. All kinds of wheels, from $5.00
up. We manufacture the
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Bowien Lithia Water
For Kidney and Bladder Troubles.
A positive preventive of Typhoid and Malm
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M and Liquor Habitcared in
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One Bottle Cured Where Physician Failed.
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to a young lady custoler w pom ur physician ad give
up as nhoeless, and told herr i it tddher no goa sh e
not pay for it. After t n one bottle she was enire
cured and has been in ood health ever since.
Moore'. Bridge. Ala. J. R GLILAND.
*I was weak and in very bad
health and unable to do my
work. I used one bottle of
GERSTLE'S FEMALE PANA.
CEA (G. F. P.) and it did
me more good than anything I
I there is any Cos. ever used. I am now in good
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YOU WANT THEM TO PAY THEIR
even if you merely keep them as a diversion. Inota
der to handle Fowls judiciously, you must know
something about them. To meet this want we ar
selling a tok giving the experience (Inly 6ýE
of a practical poultry raiser for IlUl L
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all his mind and time, and money to making a sue
oass of Chicken raising-not as a pastime, but as a
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ansa make your Fowls earn dollars for you. Th
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the Poultry Yard as soon as it appears, and know
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Ya me tB YCLE FREEtor
seasuo a advertise them. Send for one. Rider ageits
wanted. Learn how to Ears a Bleyele adtmake masmy.
K. F. MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, Ctleaso.
Money- in Chickens
For i3e, in stamps we send a 100
PAGE BOOK giving the experience
of a practical Poultry Raiser-na
an amateur, but a man workilng
for dollars and centa-during a
years. It teaches how to Detest
and Cure Diseases;" Feed for-ggp
also for F'attening: which Powlst .
S bare for everythln g re
quislte for p ithll Poutlua ale
ing. BOO1K PUBlllSg ES
CO. 134 h*eoard ittreet. New York.
A bter sBla or FREIGHT PAID.,
les money than has
ever been offered.
Jones of Blnghamtoan,
Blncbhamton, N. Y.
STUMP PULLERS. Three slats. Wiit pull a tree
. feet In diameter. No. I Is warrante for 48 tons
stratIn: No. 2 for 7I tons straIln..For catalogue and dia.
address M1 onarch Orubber MfsCo.Loll Tree,la
Am. N, U. No. 21, 1898